Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Reb Moishe Feinsteins Vort On Parshas Bechokoisai

One year an older man came to speak in the shul I daven in

He said shortly after the war he saw a sign that Reb Moishe was speaking in  a shul on the Lower East Side Of New York.

The purpose of the speech was to give chizuk to holocaust survivors who recently immigrated to New York.

Reb Moishe asked: 

Why is the Parsha of Eiruchin right after the Toichocho? What does Eiruchin have to do with the Toichocho.

Reb Moishe Zatzal Answered:

"Oib Mir Vill Shatzen Op A Yid Darf Min zen vu er halt noch er geit durch a toichecho" 

If you want to see the greatness of yid- see how he is after he went through a Toichocho. 

Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, together with Rabbi Yona Shtencel founder Daily Halacha daily mishna

1 comment:

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